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. >> brown: and i'm jeffrey brown. on the newshour tonight, we assess what's behind the downward trend, and whether it's likely to continue into the summer travel season. >> woodruff: then, we update the battle for the presidency in egypt as a muslim brotherhood candidate wins a spot in the runoff elections next month. >> brown: ray suarez examines the lasting legacy of the case of the missing child etan patz. >> woodruff: miles o'brien reports on safety measures at u.s. nuclear plants, and asks are they ready for a worst-case scenario, a fukushima-like meltdown? >> the i anybodya against change and against improvement, i think it's something we have to be vigilant about and push so the regulator can make sure that change happens. >> david >> brown: david brooks and ruth marcus analyze the week's news. >> woodruff: and we talk to pulitzer prize winning author stephen greenblatt about his new book, the story of the rediscovery of an ancient manuscript and its influence even today. >> one day, it is on the shelf and not instantly but decisively the world changes. >> woodruff: that's all
just celebrated his 60th birthday, mayor ed lee. mayor lee: thank you, and they are brown, and thank you, everybody, for coming. -- thank you, mayor brown, and thank you, everybody, for coming. the years that followed the san francisco earthquake were filled with grandiose plans to rebuild our city. perhaps the best realize is the san francisco memorial -- war memorial and performing arts center. the ground was broken to build the war memorial in honor of san franciscans who had served during world war i. in addition to honoring those veterans, the memorial gave a permanent residence to the opera, the symphony, and eventually, the ballet. the war memorial and performing arts center has great historic significance, including housing, the signing ceremony of our united nations charter in 1945. today, we are making history erosity and support of mr. and mrs. stephen bechtel. with a grant of $1.5 million -- [applause] from there foundation and in honoring charlotte and george shultz, we are that much closer to fulfilling the original vision of the war memorial complex, which was to inclu
brown was using computers at the central library to log on to craigslist and today that's exactly where they found him. it was behind these doors at the central library where police say david brown set his scheme into motion. and it was here behind a computer screen he was busted. >> we suspect that he may have been lining up his next victim. >> reporter: police say brown used library computers to postfake ads on craigslist. advertising big ticket items like watches. police have linked brown to four cases, at one he fired a shot at a victim who ran away. but when police showed up at the library, brown had nowhere to run. >> you're taking advantage of the little something they give us. >> reporter: everyone who uses the library has to swipe their library card and the websites visited can be traced. >> when i do go to meet people i always take somebody with me. >> there's a lot of things on social network you didn't trust. >> reporter: because you never know who's really on the other end of the computer. >> reporter: and police are now questioning brown to see if he's linked to any other
of a still look for california. -- loomost of us still look to california. what governor brown said about the traditional politics is all about taking the thing in making it fresh. to a certain extent, i tried to be a writer in college. i failed miserably. a professor said everything has been set but not everything has been said superbly. even if it had, everything must be said freshly again and again. you have to see a fresh lead to a certain extent. the real issue with -- in terms of asking the president, what are the things that matter most, a bass part of those profits would be invested in california. colorado would have a significant -- pretty much every state in the country would benefit. you look at the companies based in silicon valley. they have offices, you want to expand your business, think about those young people in colorado. everything -- stated say the same thing. that money would get spent over the country very rapidly. >> thank you. governor brown. >> it is a good idea to bring back that $1 trillion sitting out there. how to do that, it remains to be seen. but then that
chuck brown. the godfather of go-go passed away at john's hopkins hospital at the age of 75. aaron gilchrist has more on brown's roots and influence on music. not just here but around the wor world. ♪ >> reporter: charles brown's music career spanned some 50 years. there was seldom a moment when he and his guitar were not together jamming out in front of a crowd of bobbing heads and moving feet. ♪ the north carolina native got his start in the '60s playing the guitar for a d.c. based latin band. by the early '70s chuck brown was coming into his own. and go-go was born. ♪ the godfather of go-go is what the world came to call brown creator of a musical genre that became synonymous with d.c. brown described it as jazz infused folk music with lat wrin and african flares driven by percussion and accented with his signature called responsible. ♪ in and out of trouble with the law in his youth brown taught himself to play the guitar in prison. he and his go-go beat became world known landing his first billboard number one hit in 1978 with busting loose. he was nominated for first
>> and it is my honor to introduce governor jerry brown of california. i think. ok. in ibm research, one of the things we talk about is our laboratories. i have been all over the world, live in different countries. i am a relatively recent transplant to california. i would like to let the governor know that i am happy to be here. it is a good space. recently, governor brown has spent a lot of time, focus, and effort making california a better place. focus on eliminating waste, increasing efficiency, decreasing the budget deficit, and real focus that we appreciate in northern california on clean energy. for example, moving the state's goal to be 33% clean energy producing. it is my privilege to welcome governor brown to the panel. [applause] >> and to introduce our next panelist, i would like to welcome steve ballmer, senior bp -- vp. >> good morning and thank you. next up is governor hickel lipper -- hickenlooper. he is the serieaal a entreprener each of you have in your respective parts. he became very successful in the brew pub business. he never had a single election not even for
up another crime. >> reporter: good morning. police are saying that 46-year- old david brown was using computers at the central library to log onto craigslist and that is where police found him. it was at the library where david brown set his schemes into commission busted. >> he expect he was lining up the next victim. >> reporter: brown used library computers to post fake ads on craigslist advertising big ticket items like watches and coins. he would lurer buyers in. >> it is kind of alarming this was happening how he was trying to rob folks. >> reporter: police linked brown to four cases. in one, he fired at a shot ama victim who ran away, but when police showed up at the library, brown had nowhere to run. >> it is messed up. you are taking advantage of something. >> reporter: everyone who uses the computers here at the library, must swiped their card and the history was traced. >> i'm glad it happened here. the police traced the person back here. >> some were taking extra precautions. >> i when i go to meet people, i take people with me. >> a lot of thinks you cannot t
who they are. for one thing, reverend brown in the front. can we get a round of applause for the president of the commission? we have thjoyce armstrong. right now, i will ask for a round of applause for the housing authorities executive director. >> good morning, everyone. for those of you who do not know me, and henry. when i am running around in our communities, most folks -- i am so excited that you are here today. we have been working on this center for some time. today, we get to give it back to the residents in this community. thank you. absolutely. i think it is stellar. it is awfully exciting. we have a lot of dignitaries here this morning. i am going to get at of the way so we can get the program moving along. i want to introduce the best mayor i have ever worked for. >> good afternoon, everyone. welcome to rosa parks community center. it is my pleasure to join it with our police chief, housing authority commissioners, the great work they are doing with our director to help open up this revitalized community center. this center serves almost 300 come up probably
of these asian pacific heritage month associations, mayor willie brown. >> this evening, we are celebrating our communities from all over the world. i am so lucky to be the mayor of an international city. we talked a lot about diversity, but we also celebrates in so many ways. it is marvelous to hear the names of all these council generals from all around the world. we also have some invaluable participants that represent the city relations. from osaka, singapore, shanghai, taipei, and seoul, korea. they're working with our offices and communities to promote education, trade, allow ourselves to educate ourselves continuously about the need to have a more advanced, smarter immigration policy for our country. and also one that we enjoy celebrating because we get a lot of talent from the other countries, which is why we want to be a gateway to the world. that is why we enjoy the celebration so much. with that, i like to invite former mayor willie brown and also the supervisors, please join us on the stage and be part of the witness and of the signing of the proclamation for this year imposed a cel
you want to fried chicken bites so golden brown. pity another poor mother her catfish, mango shake shook every wrchlt the little girl on the straw never blinked channelling opiuman cesters through the ecstasy of fruit sures. this is us at farmer's market. brother too complicate who had offers an arm for her and me. a chain of chins along his shoulders. where have you been and why has it taken you so long to come back? >> the piece dedicated to my foster father and cousin on my adopted side. 1, daddy. old crow, jack dan jells understood my father mouthfuls at a time. jim beam and old forester where uncles rolled up in the sufficiented hennesy take it's first breath and hound dog laughter and dominos falling like hail on the dining table. relatives existed through stories and memory ease in like zombies on ropes of camel smoke and demand a texas holdum. no wonder they call it spirits. spirits vad my father with cower vas yea. spirits made him burn rubber screaming in the driveway. the marianet and tongue were skillets at mid night. i wouldn't see his ass again until the next afterno
they have their craigslist robert in custody. investigators believe david brown was posting fake ads on the site. robbing them of cash and valuables at gunpoint when i got there. police say when they arrested him today, brown was using a public computer at a library downtown. investigators believe brown may have been trying to lure and another victim when they nabbed him. >> state police say the autopsies have shown that the man and two teenage sons found dead died of asphyxia. the 48-year-old was found dead yesterday morning. the bodies were discovered in a maneuver. on a dairy farm. the medical examiners say the injuries were accidental and caused by heavy farming machinery. authorities have identified the marines found dead in his paris yesterday. the 19-year-old from north carolina was on active duty. he had been assigned to the defense information school since february. the cause of death remains unclear. the naval criminal investigative service is looking into the incident. >> george you believe is -- hug ely is appealing his sentence. defense attorneys asked the sentence be se
, and they raced back to columbia, convened a meeting of the democratic party and anointed edgar brown, a very powerful state senator, also from barnwell county, the home of jean thurmond, to be the democratic party nominee. within a day, there was an uneasy feeling that was going to grow and grow: that this somehow was not appropriate; that this small group of democratic party officials should not have anointed somebody; that, regardless of what state laws said, there was the feeling there ought to have been a primary, there ought to have been a way to let the people decide who their nominees should be. and it built and built, and senator thurmond -- by this time, he had been out of office for a couple of years; he finished his gubernatorial term in 1950 -- he had run for the senate against olin johnston, representative liz patterson's father, in the only race he ever lost, the only head-to-head race he ever lost and was a very successful lawyer in aiken. but he had kept speaking to civic groups, and people certainly knew that strom thurmond was around and they turned to him and he finally an
. governor jerry brown, nancy pilosi and san francisco mayor ed lee. governor brown used the golden gate bridge as an example of how important it is to invest in infrastructure. >> yes, we have a lot of problems and we need some fiscal discipline, but you'll still have to invest. one bay area woman remembers her first walk across the majestic stand back in 1917. >> i have had a wonderful life and i am glad that part of it was that i got to walk on the golden gate bridge 75 years ago. >>pam: sunday night's fireworks show and bridge closure will have a major impact around the bay area. if you wanted to avoid the crowds we will be streaming the fireworks live on our web site at 9:00 p.m. on sunday on www.kron4.com. >>grant: people had to the bay bridge will be impacted as well. if a portion of first street has closed and will reopen until 5:00 tuesday morning. the cruise will be installing a small bridge. here's a map of the area impacted. the road will be closed from mission to howard street. >>pam: streets are also closing for carnival in san francisco. harrison street between 16th in the
to the birth center. i tell her right now i am not sad to do this. this is a solo expedition. i dark brown blob of slim e falls out. the mucous plug has to fall out. it's the mucous plug. i am in awe of dana. 1:30 a.m. i am naked. i modified downward dog. i think of the view everyone is getting. no one cares. 4:00 a.m., i am nine centimeters. i am pruned and exhausted. you are doing great dana says, i am not interested in being great. it's still nine centimeters. it's not time yet. she says me to blow out with my mouth. i say i might barf. 5:45 a.m. still nine, i hate dana. dana breaks my water. after 15 hours it's time to push. when you are this desperate, it's almost over. push, your pushes are excellent. 7:17. i can feel the baby's hair. you see your baby's head. 7:40. i do what she says. we rehearse. dana is guiding my baby's head. this is called ring of fire. okay. push hard. i moan like a walrus. my vagina tears to my ass. but i don't care. dana puts the baby on my chest. the cord is still attached. i am still shaking. the baby's eyes are wide open. i cry, the baby cries. i have a baby. i
. terrell brown is watching the weather. >> slaughter in syria, charlie d'agata has the latest on a government attack that left dozens of children dead. >> the strains of war, barry pederson faces the challenge when the troops come home. >> these mobilizations change you. maybe for the good, maybe for the worst. >> an inspiration for the graduates, commencement speakers share their insights with the class of 2012. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> cordes: good evening, i am nancy cordes, memorial day weekend is bringing us our first real taste of summer all right with record or near record highs in the 90s across much of the country. at the same time, other areas are coping with everything from unseasonably late snow to early tropical storms. terrell brown is in washington tracking the weather tonight. >> these homes have little chance against a massive wildfire in the gila national forest of new mexico. all three were destroyed as the blaze torched 85,000 square miles and continues to grow. >> across the west from colorado to cali
is a student. >> police say they have a craig's list robber in custody. david brown was posting fake ads on the site luring buyers to the 3500 block of cal way avenue according to investigators, and then robbing them of cash and valuables whether they showed up. police say they when they arrested him yesterday, brown was using a public computer at a public library. investigators believe he may have been trying to lure another victim when they nabbed him. police are looking into whether brown is linked to other incidents. >> george huguely is appealing his murmed conviction. he was found guilt yill of murdering yeardley love. defense attorneys asked the conviction be set aside citing a series of errors before and during trial, including that the judge issued improper jury instructions. and that there was not enough evidence to support a second-degree murder conviction. george huguely faces 26 years in prison when sentenced in august. >> two people found dead in a manure pit died of asphixia. medical examiners say the injuries were accidental and caused by heavy farming machinery. >> autho
but in california. >> jerry brown they're getting it ready. but guess what? it was not just a prominent people. there were some people that i met today here celebrating that were actually there that day 75 years ago. >> he was only 18 years old then. the senior in high-school. >> i am so honored, i cannot believe it. >> now the 95 year-old is one of only two known people still alive who worked on the golden gate bridge. >> we're standing in front of del oro high-school, 1935 or 1936 and he says, what we would call a labor contractor today, he came by and asked him if you want to work. did not tell him what the project was, and it was during the depression so said " sure ". so they brought him over to the golden gate bridge and he worked there for about three weeks pealing table on the first hour, on the san francisco side. >> it is a legacy. people come from all over the world to see it. >> modesty can only go so far. >> ok, beautiful pictures. and a great story. many great stories here this weekend. here's one to keep in mind. there are going to be 10,000 bicycle spaces here this weekend. the
david brown at the nochhprrtt library in downnown baltimooe. investigators say brown used craigslist to lure people to a location in noothwest baltimorr... and then robbed them at gunpoont. 20:43:13"members f the warraat apprehensson task ffrce ound him todda in a downtown library usingga commuter we suspect he may be using to find his nnxt victim" victim" police are currentlyyinvestigating to determine if brown is linked to other robberies. a father and his two teenaged sonn are found dead on a farm in kent county.farmer glen nolt and his tww sons... kelvin and cleason.... were working at the edge of this panure pit wednesday... preparinggto move the manure to ttnker trucks for ssreaaing on the crops. when they ffiled to return to their pennsylvaaia home around dinner time, family members got worried. shipley says: "they went out to the area of the manure ppt and found the father's pickup truck still running as well as a tractor that they had beee &pseen working around between two and two thirty yesterday afternoon, also still running. so, the immediate thought was th
brown and also the supervisors, please join us on the stage and be part of the witness and of the signing of the proclamation for this year imposed a celebration of the asian pacific heritage month. and supervisor cohen, come on up as well. [applause] >> with that, it is official, asian pacific heritage month is on. thank you, mayor li and everyone that came out to help with the signing of the proclamation. they are the cumulative efforts of the asian pacific heritage celebration committee. please welcome the founder and chairman of the heritage celebration committee. you did not get to rest at all, come on back. >> thank you for being here. thank you for joining us. i know it is a little tough right now, but when you have a chance, look around you and look at the people sitting around you. you can see the diversity of our city. it is very diverse with over 50 ethnic groups, and how we can see the vibrant fabric of our communities, and i will take this opportunity again for thinking the whole of our members and elected officials bringing ideas together. we provide the p
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in his 20s with brown hair wearing black clothing another protester complained of injuries taken to hospital turned out not injured officer driving suffered a contusion tragedy along the lakefront first weekend of summer teenager drowns swimming off of beach north side father says dream lexie adu of becoming a doctor. divers found the body of oil a park beach swimming with two girlfriends ran into choppy water the others were rescued went under and disappeared. clock ticking in springfield lawmakers may 31st deadline but legislation in clinical hot-button issue of pension reform. retirement age will not be raised automatic cost of living increases if they want to stay on the state health insurance plan a little in- house $1 cigarette pack tax to help fund the medicaid $1.6 billion in cuts bill passed now moves to the senate democrats concept in recent years supported expected to generate $350 million joining us with the action chicago tribune political reporter rick pearson joining us via skype >> busy day in springfield the issue of unfunded liabilities right now lawmakers wait
news, city police say they have their craig's list robber in custody. investigators believe david brown was posting fake ads and luring people to the 2800 block of -- police say they arrested him using a public computer at a library. police say brown may have been trying to lure another victim when they found him. >> baltimore county police are investigating a sexual assault case in towson that happened before 4:30 thursday morning not far from towson university campus. investigators will not confirm whether that victim is a student. >> we're back in a minute with a check on the forecast with joor >> good morning. the subpoena is -- the sun is out in ocean city. a few more people down on the boardwalk. i would have thought, beautiful mourning that it is, there might have been more people out. the air temperature 63. there is a storm off the coast of the carolinas. it is a tropical storm at this point. some rain off to our northwest. a couple sprinkles and showers up in west virginia, a cold front out there. here's what that cold front p will look -- front will look like this afternoon a
sports fans, what synonym for brown bear was inspired by the medieval fable of reynard the fox? synonym for brown bear -- grizzlies? isn't a grizzly a brown bear? yes. i don't know anything about ucla, but grizzlies? oh, no, strike one. bruin. bruin. ucla bruins. oh, well, see. all right, that's one strike, guys. be careful. two more strikes, and it's all over. oh, boy. engaging in slapstick for centuries, what duo of english puppets was inspired by an italian character named pulcinella. punch and judy. yeah, i think you're right. punch and judy? punch and judy is right. whoo! pulcinella. pulcinella. [ laughs ] all right, you went three for four on the $50s. these next questions are worth $100 each, and they're a little bit harder. here's your first one. okay. a pun on the name of nearby hills, the berkshare is an accepted local currency in what u.s. state? the berkshires are in massachusetts. currency. i don't know. unless you know this, i'm gonna try one of the shout-out things. go ahead. okay, shout-out. mobile. a mobile shout-out, all right. who you gonna call? i'll call my friend c
suspension span. during a celebration today, governor brown says we shouldn't be afraid of bold projects even in times of hardship. >> don't shrink because you have a few little budget cuts or a few little taxes. you know, suck it in. >> a plaque altering a person was unveiled today. he designed the bridge and right hand handyman of joseph strauss who designed the bridge. >> there are only a handful of people that can look at it and saying their grandfather worked on it. >> or fewer still that they fell from it. >> heather ishimaru has an amazing story. >> al was already a seasoned iron worker by the time this picture was taken on the froj proj in 1935. >> one of the first spans in the bay area. >> he worked on jobs across the western states becoming not just an iron worker but a bridge man, working at heights in the elements hanging steel and driving rivets. >> they always would say, you would have a drink or say, 90% guts and 10% no how. >> and then he spotted his next job. >> they could see the towers going up in the golden gate. they said we got to get on. they want to get on the big job.
row the beach. >> wouldn't this be great if i could bring this home. >> reporter: tom brown and his business partners thought it would be a good idea to bring the beach to the city for those that couldn't get to a shore. >> if you can't go to ocean city, we bring ocean city to the city. >> reporter: 70 tons of sand line the lot. it isn't deep enough for volleyball games, but it's just right for almost everything you would want to do on a beach. >> i'm from california so this here brings home. >> reporter: i'm overdressed for the party, but thankfully i wasn't the only one. >> i think it's fantastic. >> reporter: even dc major vincent gray showed up at the party. he took a break to enjoy fun in the sun. >> you look at all of the folks having a great time. a beach at home. >> reporter: they say forget the long drives this holiday weekend. the sun, drinks, sand and music are all right here. >> taking something that is minimal and turning it into something where people can drink and have fun. >> i think it's pretty cool just to be able to get drinks with your friends. you're on the beac
depression became the longest suspension span. during a celebration today, governor brown says we shouldn't be afraid of bold projects even in times of hardship. >> don't shrink because you have a few little budget cuts or a few little taxes. you know, suck it in. >> a plaque altering a person was unveiled today. he designed the bridge and right hand handyman of joseph strauss who designed the bridge. >> there are only a handful of people that can look at it and saying their grandfather worked on it. >> or fewer still that they fell from it. >> heather ishimaru has an amazing story. >> al was already a seasoned iron worker by the time this picture was taken on the froj proj in 1935. >> one of the first spans in the bay area. >> he worked on jobs across the western states becoming not just an iron worker but a bridge man, working at heights in the elements hanging steel and driving rivets. >> they always would say, you would have a drink or say, 90% guts and 10% no how. >> and then he spotted his next job. >> they could see the towers going up in the golden gate. they said we got to get on
comes. and here come s a guy matde the turn on the corner. had a brown uniform on. guy delivered the telegrams. and they all screamed. and you know what they say? i ain't allowed to curse. but the women, it's all right for them. and my mother and everybody else. and they hollered, oh, my god, my mother said, look at this, look. they looked. and they hollered keep going, you son of a bitch! keep going, you son of a bitch! and every time he would look like he was going to stop, they would say keep going, keep going. and once he did stop in front of mrs. medical snelson's house. i'm a witness to this. and he said it's mrs. nelson's house and they all -- here he had been caught in the wheel of the bicycle. after he adjusted, he got back on and he continued his ride down the street. my mother come in the house and i said to her, ma, what are you all excited about? he said babe, that's the man who delivered the telegrams and it could have been your house, her house, mrs. bailey, mrs. thompson. so then i knew. i said how often does this go on. she said every morning. every morning we're
brown hair but again decomposition is making winds difficult to determine the most notable discovery the victim was wearing pajamas bottoms and an old navy share to pleasanton police withhold the color style even the size of the clothing she was also wearing blue fingernail polish the body was discovered yesterday a 45 gal. rolling trash can dump space shrubs along dublin canyon road at near laurel creek drive police believe that this is a homicide but now that this autopsy is over and ask why they believe that this is not sierra lamar's? the county coroner does not believe they've discovered the remains of sierra lamar's. our investigation during the autopsies do not believe that based on the physical characteristics of the body and what we know about sierra lamar's we do not believe we live is not likely a sierra lamar's. >>> they believe that in part because despite the decomposition and they were able to lift fingerprints into their telling us some preliminary runs of data bases have revealed no positive matches we're told that the element county coroner will run additional matc
who wrote in dialect, little brown baby. he wrote beautiful things in standard english. an angel robed in spotless white. the spirit was gone, men saw the blush and called it [inaudible]. i fell in love with that beautiful black angel. i could visualize it the way my mother would resite it. i know why the cage bird sings, it would be free. it is not a carol of joy or pray upward to heaven he fling. i know why the cage bird sings. mia angelou knew of it. i like dunbar, my grandfather used words the way he described him. good morning mr. james, how are you feeling this morning. he would say i am stepping, but not high. isn't that wonderful? okay. okay. i go play down by the creek. he would say yes, tkarlg, but be particular. that meant be careful because i love you and don't want anything to happen to you. it was coded in the be protected. he often said be careful now. that meant one thing, be particular, there was stuff down by the creek and he wanted me to be careful and watch because he didn't want anything to happen to me. be particular did it all. when he would say when you go over
. thank you. [applause] >> next, i would call -- mark connors, and solomon brown. >> hi. so i work for tenderloin housing clinic, and am not a resident of san francisco. i was born and raised here but can't afford to live here wit hthh the budget cuts. i went from paying no medical to $250 for medical. i live in oakland. i don't like oakland. sorry. i don't. it is just a lot of crime. i have been going through a lot. i have to take her out of school. parents with guns, all kinds of stuff. she can't go to school here. i live out here. i pay for them to go to school here. a mix-up, in between. us getting raises would help, and i could come back to my native. thank you. [applause] >> i am mark conners from treasure island, secretary for the good neighbors -- and i wanted to say what the young man said earlier. we have a lot of youth, and fund the care center for the independent youth. sometimes the youth get in trouble and we need reseources for the island. from time to time, we have crime waves. they need more local services and support on the island. we don't have a grocery store an
every where. empty now. the red heals that she saved for the brown loafers passed down the sandals strapd and tied all empty now. the flesh gone. the blood gone. the legs gone. all gone. [applause] >> everyday another infantary man choses not to fire his gun. everyday a solder refuses to pick up his weapon. evidence another matisha member boundaried post. everyday another fighter deserts instead of returning to the battlefield. everyday another youth conscious objects to the very idea of war. everyday another ordinary person offers love instead of apathy, hope instead of despair, the cause of peace grows stronger. it is already begun. it's long trek into our hearts. tell take many more years to cover our streets, a host of decades to feel our roads, our access, our country side but itit will come like the clearest of mornings after the harshest storms like the soft soothing rain after the years of drought, it will come. hundreds of millions of people will stop feeding the beast of war. will stop crafting armor and boiling machines with their children's blood sacrificed. thousands
francisco. previous renovation occurred in 1998. unsafe conditions became apparent to mayer brown, and he remedied it. unfortunately, that has dwindled since then, due to lack of maintenance. the opposition seems to be out of touch with the realities of providing natural turf fields in our environment. for sports facilities, we need practical solutions. i am wondering if they will next the demand that the park tennis courts be converted to grass. this is a practical solution to the shortage of soccer fields in the city. this is a safe alternative. i support the project. thank you very much. president buell: we have a kid'' group. some folks have been waiting. if we can back up some of the teams together, and may be one speaker for all of the green team, that would be great. >> i am a new manager of the competitive team in san francisco, the nighthawks. it is very difficult to find playing fields as a team in san francisco. this project allows triple the amount of playing time. the lights provide very little effect beyond the area in which that are lighting. we believe that this project fo
. they are saying the same thing. you do not care about this. >> thank you, reverend brown. next speaker, please. >> i am a native san franciscan. our sunday meters have been something i have been proud of. i could say to people feel -- i could say to people that you do not have to pay today. it is something that allows the community to develop and time to be spent with family and to take one thing off of your mind. i'd been proud of this city in many ways. that we consider the human being. this is not considering the community. putting wealth and the wrong pockets. considering wealth in the wrong way. we should consider our people more than our bottom line. i hope the supervisors and that the parking and traffic can consider that above what that amount of money can bring to the city. thank you. >> thank you. >> good afternoon. they have been a great collaborator on several key issues. they have exceeded expectations beyond the 20% minimum threshold that was required in the first year. the second issue is clean power sf. the third and most recent issue is the idea of solar incentives. as we have
to introduce that hero to you. now, i want to be clear here. when you go to dan brown's book signing he doesn't bring leonardo dray virchl sei. i brought my daughter with me. i want to introduce you to my daughter lisa meltzer. here she is. >> are you ready? >> yes. >> hold on. yeah. fighter. mother, she's the most important hero in here. my mom. when she was in fourth grade, the category five hurricane hit the dominica republican. she was 9 years old. cory heard the people were suffering. some wrote checks others made personal donations. she started a club to collect canned goods. soon they were running a school-wide food drive. even in fourth grade, she was smart. the more people she involved, the more hurricane victims she could help. [applause] >> and here's the end of the story. i love that story. and i love it because all the years later one of your mother's favorite compression is this. people don't change. she's actually wrong. your mother changed me. when it comes to herself, here's what never changed from high school to hard to harvard to being a lawyer for the how judiciary school
. >> later in the show we have pat brown on. she criminal profiler to try to figure out why he would snap like this and what he has said to police to obviously make sure this never happens again to another child. meanwhile, let's get to your other headlines. we have a lot to tell you about right now. brand new reports of a u.s. drone strike overnight that have killed three suspected militants in pakistan. this happened in waziristan a known hot bed for muslim extremists. this is the third strike reported by the pakistani government in the past week. the cia is is not commenting on this at this time. and a manhunt is underway this morning for a gunman in arizona. take a look. his name is thomas mowtan. 38-year-old fatally shot his ex-girlfriend in the parking lot high school avon dale. the two had a history of domestic violence. on monday the victim had filed a restraining order against him. of the suspect reportedly fled the scene on his kawasaki motorcycle. he was wearing a red and black jacket. new video out of new mexico where waging wildfires were putting a huge damper on the holiday
gate. the political leaders mayor jerry brown, nancy pelosi and ed lee just a few of the dignitaries on hand for a celebration from friday. huge crowds expected. please expect major traffic. >>charles: golden gate officials are warning the public that there could be severe traffic congestion and possibly gridlock. this could be made even worse when this golden gate is completely closed down for a massive fireworks show. they will be into different areas. there will also be fireworks from the bridge itself. traffic will be stopped for 20 minutes. organizers are encouraging visitors not to drive. wolf, take a bite or public transportation. also no vehicles allowed inside of the presidio. phnom parking and chrissy field. there will be able to get in or out. with -- no parking allowed in chrissy field. the vista point will also be closed starting at 5:00 p.m. and alexander avenue and will be closed from 6:00 p.m.-midnight. just like the 50th anniversary there will be no bridge walk. unlike the 50th anniversary. for in the san francisco, charles clifford, kron4 news. >> stay with kron 4 w
at this reunion are freddy and perp and fred and al montgomery, allen brown, and it is not george. they're not here -- >> why do you come back then? that might be a way to escape it. >> yeah. yeah. because maybe i need them as much as they need me. >> do they know that, that you need them like they need you? >> no, because i don't think i have gotten in touch with my sensitivity to be able to communicate that to them and the other piece is we never have time for meaningful conversation. i mean, for example, tonight when we go to the dinner, we will be overcome by lots of stuff, so to sit down and have a meaningful conversation with these guys about what you feel, how you feel, where you are, whatever, no, i have never done that. the only guy that i have spent after vietnam some quality time with is don adams and that's just been recent because we go to football games together and he is a big georgia tech guy and we go down to spend time with him and i stay at his house, but we have never had real dialog about the war and what we did in the war and i don't think we have reached that comf
. was behind the award winning series . a person hero to jordan brown. he helped to raise 100,000. and jordan and the chairman of the world war ii found egg prepare to head to normandy to dedicate the monument. >> thank you, uma. >> jordan, what an amazing effort you made. why were you so moved by the story of world twar two hero in the 101st airborne decision? - on division. >> he was a great guy and conscious of his men and they trusted him and did so much on d-day . he was republican amazing character. >> why did you feel like you needed to honor him if a special way with a statue in normandy. >> well, the statute is dedicated to those who served on d-day and not a lot of things have been done recently for like world war ii heroes especially those on the european campaign. and so something needed to be done. >> you are instrumental in raising so much money by having wrist bands . something that major winter used to say. that is going amazingly well. what is the message to folks out there as to why they should buy the wrist bands. >> it is what he would say to his men and encourages people
's recognized throughout the world as such. >> reporter: nancy pelosi and governor jerry brown joined san francisco major ed lee to mark the anniversary and unveil a new visitor's pavilion. guests of honors included relatives of men who helped make the bridge a reality during the height of the depression. chris kohn thinks of the bridge as a family member. her grandmother was the designer of the bridge. strauss grew up hearing stories about her uncle. >> i feel a strong connection to san francisco even though it's been distant all these years. >> it connects all of us and wherever we are around the world, people say, you know how about the golden gate bridge. >> reporter: the party continues this weekend with a festival along christie field and fireworks lighting up the bridge and the san francisco sky on sunday night. in san francisco, david stevenson, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> ktvu.com has a slide show of historic photos, click on the golden gate for complete anniversary coverage. >>> the state senate approved a bill that would ban employers from asking for social networking passage. the
wire all the time. i had to buy a kris brown song the other day. i can't help it. it's catchy. i like a couple of his songs. >> this is last time on the show. >> 72 trillion, just shy of the grosses income of every country in the world 76 trillion dollars. just imagine all that money. don't talk, just imagine. imagine all those benjamins or am i falling into a trap? >> you are falling into a trap. >> i call them washingtons. >> call them georges. >> the surprising thing about the story is it's not surprising. lawyers are terrible. they actually sat around a table and they said, we ought to do this. we ought to sue for this. is it too big. no, it's perfect. let's do it. then you assume you are going to settle for less so ask for some ridiculous amount. >> it's not reality. they have the class action suits. i get them in the mail all the time. lawyers -- we have to admit there is an economy and then this other economy like, ks cancerous. it is a good analogy that lawyers are a cancer on our society. we have law firms that are definitely cancerous tumors, they are like leaches. they are
jerry brown joined san francisco major ed lee to mark the anniversary and unveil a new visitor's pavilion. guests of honors included relatives of men who helped make the bridge a reality during the height of the depression. chris kohn thinks of the bridge as a family member. her grandmother was the designer of the bridge. strauss grew up hearing stories about her uncle. >> i feel a strong connection to san francisco even though it's been distant all these years. >> it connects all of us and wherever we are around the world, people say, you know how about the golden gate bridge. >> reporter: the party continues this weekend with a festival along christie field and fireworks lighting up the bridge and the san francisco sky on sunday night. in san francisco, david stevenson, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> ktvu.com has a slide show of historic photos, click on the golden gate for complete anniversary coverage. >>> the state senate approved a bill that would ban employers from asking for social networking passage. the bill by leland yee now go to the assembly. it would make it illegal for
where his own vice president alexander stevens and joseph brown led the assault, still jornl georgia remained for the president. vice president stevens and governor boune could not turn the state legislature against davis. until the bitter end davis remained the dominant political force in the confederacy. finally let's turn to davis as specific military commander in chief. davis never shunned his role as leaders of confederate people and nations i tried to show. at the same time he took quite seriously his position as a military commander and chief as the head of the confederate armed forces. davis considered himself an expert in military matters and he believed himself qualified it to command an army or it to command commanders of armies. he never doubted his own military ability or judgment. and directly the confederate war efforts, davis adopted hands-on tactics, his own pred election as well as his sense of duty involved in all aspects of confederate military from the trivial to the deadly serious. his administrative style dated back to his time z the secretary of the war, and t
brown who was here earlier but had to go. he's got a full schedule tonight. he was able to meet the veterans and greet them. some other people, george luz junior, his dad was featured in "band of brothers." george is my omar bradley. while i'm sitting there like eisenhower -- i don't smoke. if i did smoke, george is the guy who calms me down and tells me, everything is going to be okay. i'll take care of the little details. you need little details in operation over lord and other things, the invasion of normandy. lou la due from ac bats donated the bats outside that we're selling tonight. we've really benefited from his involvement. he's a board member of the foundation. we have so silent auction items. all the items out there raise money for the foundation and its mission so we can go to places like gautal canal and normandy and take these veterans back. there's no more incredible experience than walking the battlefield in belgium or normandy with a veteran and their vivid recollection, any veteran knows they can recall pretty much everything about the battle they were in. and
in philadelphia, so dolley madison ice cream. i watched the charlie brown christmas specials dolley madison cakes and pies. >> i made a dolley madison cake on the martha stewart show, and martha stewart kept slapping my hand because i kept wanting to talk instead of making the cake. >> you have had the most varied career. i cannot cop to baking anything, let me say that right now. but i wondered about this fame, and discovered indeed by the end of her life and we actually have photographs of her, because she lived long enough to be photographed, that she became this icon, this relic of the republic. and that's when i began to under that first ladies have a capacity for personifying if they so choose. this is a pattern in american women in politics, famous or not. there's sort of two things. one is that they are women, real people, who actually do things. but then there's this also secondary capacity of being a personifying figure, charismatic figure. and i think many a first lady has become to become a first lady and realizing that this thing was sort of larger than life, and that's something tha
. >> i need access to the archives. >> reporter: it could be a plot twist ripped from dan brown's thriller "angels and demons." it's a huge embarrassment to the pope, staggering mismanagement of the vatican itself. and there is no jail in the vatican. the butler is held in a secure room in the compound. there is an old saying that in the vatican, everything is mysterious but nothing is secret. it feels like that these days. dan? >> well said, thank you. >>> we have good news this morning in the valiant struggle waged in a hospital room in georgia by this young woman. the victim of a rare flesh eating bacteria. her father said she just achieved a gold medal moment. steve tells us what it is. >> reporter: for the first time sthans rare infection began to take over her body, aimee cope sland now breathing on her own and able to sit up for the first time. >> that is something that the doctors didn't order it, she requested it. i say it says the strength of her spirit. she is one step back to being herself. >> reporter: her father shared the news on this facebook support page. saying
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